Cult Indie favourites, Daughter play the Corn Exchange on Friday
London trio Daughter created a huge buzz with their wistful debut album If You Leave in 2013. Fronted by the haunting, intense vocals of singer and guitarist Elena Tonra, the band create hypnotic soundscapes, laden with heartbreak, and it seems to be a winning formula – they’ve already achieved cult status, and the critics can’t get enough of them.
Three years on and Daughter are determinedly upping the ante, with their new album (released this month), Not To Disappear offering an even darker, more compelling listen than its much lauded predecessor.
See what all the fuss is about on 15 January at the Corn Exchange. Tickets are £20.